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2014 Barcelona Moto2 WUP Result: Folger Leads The Way

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2014 Barcelona Moto3 WUP Result: McPhee Dominant

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2014 Barcelona MotoGP FP4 Result: Marquez Edges Lorenzo

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2014 Barcelona Moto2 FP3 Result: Rabat Reigns Supreme

Tito Rabat continues to rule the Moto2 class with an iron fist. The Marc VDS Racing rider topped the final session of free practice at Barcelona by another large margin, this time over half a second. Mika Kallio is once again the man in second, the Marc VDS man finishing just ahead of Jonas Folger, who continues to make a big impression in his Moto2 rookie year. Johann Zarco was the first of the Suters home, while Mattia Pasini ended the session in fifth.

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2014 Barcelona Moto2 FP3 Result: Rabat Reigns Supreme

Tito Rabat continues to rule the Moto2 class with an iron fist. The Marc VDS Racing rider topped the final session of free practice at Barcelona by another large margin, this time over half a second. Mika Kallio is once again the man in second, the Marc VDS man finishing just ahead of Jonas Folger, who continues to make a big impression in his Moto2 rookie year. Johann Zarco was the first of the Suters home, while Mattia Pasini ended the session in fifth.

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2014 Barcelona MotoGP FP3 Results: Bradl Posts A Scorcher

Stefan Bradl has topped the timesheets in the third session of free practice for the MotoGP class. The LCR Honda rider looked destined to have to battle through Q1, but a blistering lap at the end of the session saw him leap to the stop of the standings. Bradl dislodged Marc Marquez, who had been fast early and was circulating fast throughout, but ended the session in 2nd. Bradley Smith improved on his own very impressive time from yesterday, grabbing 3rd ahead of Dani Pedrosa, the Repsol Honda rider having found a big improvement since Friday.

The Movistar Yamahas ended the session in 5th and 6th, Jorge Lorenzo finishing ahead of Valentino Rossi, though both men showed a decent race pace later in the session. Aleix Espargaro was the only rider not to improve his time from Friday, but still managed a 7th fastest time and is through to Q2 on merit. Yonny Hernandez posted a very impressive lap on the Open Pramac Ducati, though his best times were posted in Rossi's slipstream. Hernandez still finished as best Ducati, ahead of factory rider Andrea Dovizioso, and the second Monster Tech 3 Yamaha rider Pol Espargaro.

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2014 Barcelona Moto3 FP3 Result: Hondas Take The Lead In The Morning

After yesterday's KTM domination of Moto3 - the Husqvarna of Niklas Ajo is just a KTM in disguise - it was Honda's turn to strike back in FP3. Alex Marquez ended the third session of free practice on top of the timesheets, pulling a gap of over half a second over the competition. Brad Binder ended in 2nd on the Mahindra, the South African having a very strong run at Barcelona. Two more Hondas followed, with Efren Vazquez finishing ahead of Alex Rins, while Niccolo Antonelli ended the session in 5th as the first KTM rider.

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2014 Barcelona Moto2 FP2 Result: Rabat Dominates, Folger And Lowes Follow

Tito Rabat continues to rule the Moto2 class with an iron fist. The Marc VDS Racing rider ended the second session of free practice with the same margin as he had in the morning: over a quarter of a second. This time it was Jonas Folger who was 2nd, the German continuing an impressive weekend. Speed Up's Sam Lowes took 3rd, putting in a very strong showing at Barcelona, while Maverick Vinales ended the session in 4th.

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2014 Barcelona MotoGP FP2 Result: Smith Edges Bradl On A Hot Track

Bradley Smith has topped the timesheets in the sweltering afternoon session at Barcelona, the Monster Tech 3 rider posting a quick lap late in the session to take top spot. Smith was challenged by LCR Honda's Stefan Bradl, the German having led earlier in the session, but Bradl came up just short, Smith holding on by seven thousandths of a second.

Marc Marquez set the 3rd fastest time, an improvement both in time and position from this morning, the Repsol Honda rider just edging Movistar Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo. Pol Espargaro had an impressive afternoon session, taking 5th spot ahead of Valentino Rossi, who ended the day as last of the Yamahas, half a second off the time set by Smith. A fleet of Ducatis followed Rossi with Andrea Dovizioso at its head, in front of Yonny Hernandez on the Open Ducati GP13 in 7th, and Andrea Iannone on the second Pramac Ducati in 8th. Dani Pedrosa rounded out the top 10, the Repsol Honda rider struggling to find his form at his home Grand Prix.

As it stands, Aleix Espargaro, Smith, Bradl, Marquez, Lorenzo, Iannone, Rossi, Pol Espargaro, Pedrosa and Dovizioso are through to Q2 tomorrow afternoon. The riders get one more chance tomorrow morning, where the cool temperatures should allow for times to be improved upon.

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2014 Barcelona Moto3 FP2 Result: Ajo Puts Husqvarna In Front

Niklas Ajo has put his Avant Tecno Husqvarna on top of the Moto3 timesheets at Barcelona, the Finnish youngster taking over the lead at the end of the session. Ajo edged out Red Bull KTM's Jack Miller, the Australian just fourteen thousandths of a second slower than the Finn. Miller held off Isaac Vinales by the very slimmest of margins, one thousandth of a second, while the Italian duo of Niccolo Antonelli and Romano Fenati took 4th and 5th respectively. Alex Marquez was the first Honda home in 6th, four tenths behind Ajo.

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2014 Barcelona Moto2 FP1 Result: Rabat Makes His Mark

The Marc VDS Racing team's domination of the Moto2 class continues unabated. Tito Rabat took the lead early, and only had his teammate Mika Kallio to contend with. As the session went on, even Kallio could not withstand the unrelenting pace of Rabat, the championship leader pulling out an advantage of nearly three quarters of a second. Kallio took 2nd, ahead of an impressive Jonas Folger, the German sporting new sponsorship after a string of good results. Mattia Pasini held on for the 4th fastest time, ending ahead a brace of Swiss Suters, ridden by Dominique Aegerter and Tom Luthi.

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